Back To Black Amy Winehouse

Album info

Album-Release:
2006

HRA-Release:
29.06.2015

Label: Island Records

Genre: R&B

Subgenre: Soul

Artist: Amy Winehouse

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  • 1Rehab03:35
  • 2You Know I'm No Good04:17
  • 3Me & Mr Jones02:33
  • 4Just Friends03:13
  • 5Back To Black04:01
  • 6Love Is A Losing Game02:35
  • 7Tears Dry On Their Own03:06
  • 8Wake Up Alone03:42
  • 9Some Unholy War02:23
  • 10He Can Only Hold Her02:46
  • 11Addicted02:45
  • Total Runtime34:56

Info for Back To Black

„Back To Black“ is the second album from London-based chanteuse Amy Winehouse. Although her 2003 debut was a success, her rowdy offstage behavior became the focus of tabloids and critics instead of the music. Because of this, Winehouse stepped out of the spotlight and concentrated on putting the focus back on her music. Three years later, her sophomore release has surprised critics and excited her fanbase. Combining a strong, Jazzy vocal style with often frank lyrical content recounting tales of love and loss, Winehouse is a truly talented songwriter with a good ear for melody, making this album an essential purchase. Includes the single „Rehab“.

„Back To Black“ production is an artful blend of sophisticated '60s R&B and 21st-century stylistic poaching, with 'Tears Dry on Their Own' incorporating elements of Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell's 'Ain't No Mountain High Enough,' and Winehouse sounding like Billie Holiday fronting a reggae band on the old-fashioned cheating song 'Just Friends.' Densely packed with musical history and often conjuring a dark, Portishead-esque atmosphere, „Back To Black“ is a sumptuous-sounding collection freighted with blunt confessionals of a lush life.

Amy Winehouse, guitar, background vocals
Vincent Henry, guitar, flute, clarinet, saxophones, piano, celesta
Salaam Remi, guitar, piano, upright bass, bass guitar, drums
Binky Griptite, guitar
Thomas Brenneck, guitar
Steve Sidwell, harp, trumpet
Helen Tunstall, harp
Perry Mason, violin
Warren Zielinski, violin
Liz Edwards, violin
Mark Berrow, violin
Tom Pigott-Smith, violin
Christopher Tombling, violin
Peter Hanson, violin
Peter G. Hanson, violin
Boguslaw Kostecki, violin
Everton Nelson, violin
Johnathan Rees, violin
Katie Wilkinson Khoroshunin, viola
Jon Thorne, viola
Rachel Bolt, viola
Bruce White, viola
John Heley, cello
Joely Koos, cello
Anthony Pleeth, cello
Andrew MacKintosh, alto saxophone
Chris Davies, alto saxophone
Jamie Talbot, tenor saxophone
Mike Smith, tenor saxophone
Neal Sugarman, tenor saxophone
Ian Hendrickson-Smith, baritone saxophone
Cochemea Gastelum, baritone saxophone
Dave Bishop, baritone saxophone
Bruce Purse, trumpet, bass trumpet, flugelhorn
Dave Guy, trumpet
Richard Edwards, tenor trombone
Victor Axelrod, piano, Wurlitzer organ, hand claps
John Adams, Fender Rhodes piano
Nick Movshon, bass
Troy Auxilly-Wilson, drums
Homer Steinweiss, drums
Mark Ronson, tambourine, hand claps
Vaughan Merrick, hand claps
Sam Koppelman, percussion
Frank Ricotti, percussion

Recorded in 2006 at Allido Studios, New York; Chung King Studios, New York; Daptone Studios, New York; Instrument Zoo, Florida; Metropolis Studios London
Engineered by Mark Ronson, Vaughan Merrick, Matt Paul, Dominic Morley, Gabriel Roth, Derek Pacuk
Produced by Mark Ronson, Salaam Remi, Mark Ronson, Salaam Remi

Digitally remastered

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